Attack on cash collectors in Moscow's Khimki: One dead
Police are looking for the perpetrator of an armed attack on cash collectors in the Moscow suburb of Khimki.
During the attack, an unidentified person shot a private security company officer and fled the scene. Following the event, ICR initiated a criminal case under item h part 2 of Art. 105 of the Russian Criminal Code (Murder attended by robbery), item c part 4 of Art. 162 of the Russian Criminal Code (Robbery with the infliction of major damage to the victim's health), and part 1 of Art. 222 of the Russian Criminal Code (Illegal bearing of firearms).
According to investigative bodies, the crime was committed on January 20 at 00:10 on the Leningrad highway, Khimki. After a cash collector of Inkakhran Servis and his partner-guard completed encashment in one of the outlets in Liga TC, they were attacked by an unidentified person with a rifle. The robber fired several shots in the collectors, resulting in the 38-year-old security guard being fatally wounded; his partner managed to hide in a safe place, thus saving the money. The robber fled the scene.
Law enforcement officers are carrying out investigative and operational activities and trying to establish all the circumstances of the crime committed as well as the attacker's identity. Investigation into the criminal case continues.
Windows and glass doors of the educational institution were broken. Many students tried to escape through windows. The Polytechnic College doorkeeper said that it took the ambulance very long to arrive.
Shortly before the attack on his college, Roslyakov purchased an inexpensive Turkish rifle - Khatsan ESCORT. In order to fire 70 shots from this riffle, the murderer - as it had been calculated earlier - had had to shoot non-stop or had accomplices, experts believe.